That moment when you look in the mirror without being prepared.
That moment when you meet someone who was born in 1986 and they're not even that young.
That moment when you say, "What the hell? Life is for the living!" and order those fried mozzarella balls.
That moment when your friend's kid refers to Foo Fighters as "classic rock."
That moment when you've woefully overestimated your ability to digest those fried mozzarella balls.
That moment you hear that Monica Belluci will be a Bond Girl and it makes you feel validated.
That moment when you get a warm feeling after someone tells you that print books are making a comeback.
That moment when you realize you've done a yoga move incorrectly and now you won't be able to go to your Zumba class.
That moment when everyone at work silently agrees you have bad taste in movies.
That moment when you meet someone who seems only slightly older than you and then discover that they're settled in an independent living community.
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